Getting into a cab is supposed to be a convenience, but in some cases using a credit or debit card to pay for that cab can end with hundreds of dollars in overcharges.
Riders who vomit in a taxi cab will now have to pay for the cleanup.
You may have noticed a major change involving the kind of cabs that are out on the streets of Chicago lately.
It’s been six years since Chicago cab drivers have had a fare increase and cabbies say it’s about time they had another one.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Monday announced plans for a set of reforms to the taxi industry that will improve vehicles and regulate cab drivers.
Commuters will soon see a taxicab that doesn’t run on gasoline on the streets of Chicago.
The City of Des Plaines might put the brakes on taxicabs.
Of the 6,800 taxis on the roads, nearly 500 are fuel-efficient vehicle.